We perform Almost, Maine, the first of three productions of Maine playwright John Cariani’s plays that we will produce. John flies in to see it and quickly becomes our friend. That night he and Christopher are talking about the play, (we were one of Almost, Maine’s earliest productions) and Christopher says, “John, you’ve really got something special here, everyone is going to want to produce this play”. To which John replies, “Really? Do you think so? I don’t know”. Almost, Maine soon goes on to become the most produced play in the country.
- Almost, Maine – John Cariani
- Spousal Deafness and Other Bones of Contention – Susan Poulin & Gordon Carlisle
- A Christmas Carol – adapted by Christopher Schario
- Doubt, a parable – John Patrick Shanley
- Well – Lisa Kron
- Over the River and Through the Woods – Joe DiPietro
- Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing – Judy Blume adapted by Bruce Mason